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Palestine – Strong Emotions Rise With Changing Times

The recognition of the State of Palestine by UNESCO is considered a major accomplishment for Palestinians. 2 in 3 respondents (66%) feel this recognition will have a positive impact on their lives – this notion is expressed highly in the Gaza Strip (70% vs. the 61% in the West Bank). Moreover, UNESCO’s recognition is believed by 74% to increase the likelihood of a full UN membership for the State of Palestine. YouGov conducted a research study of 331 Palestinian residents, both West Bank and Gaza, during the period 15 – 20 December 2011.

Kennedy Ng’ang’a: Artist and Philanthropist

Kennedy Ng’ang’a is an artist and philanthropist living in Mombasa, Kenya. This article and interview are about his courage to live life despite his disability.

Love Thy Neighbor – The View Of Iran From Across The MENA Region

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), stated that it believes Iran has developed the technology required to produce nuclear weapons and appears to have conducted extensive research on a miniaturized warhead that could be delivered by medium range missiles. The report from the UN agency, comes as Israeli officials consider military action against Tehran and will raise questions over which avenues the International community and particularly the United States (which has imposed an arms ban and an almost total economic embargo on Iran), has left to pursue. A recent poll examines the reaction across MENA to the publication of the IAEA’s report. For the poll, 2000 residents were interviewed from a panel of 240,000 MENA residents.

Why Are Humanity’s Biggest Problems So Complex? That’s What Makes Them Problems in the 1st Place

The other day, I was talking to an individual about joining our think tank and we got onto the topic of global oil supply, natural resources, and free and fair trade with China. Indeed, this opened up quite a few other side topics such as military arms races, proprietary information theft, and currency manipulation. We also got into the Iranian nuclear weapons crisis, and freedom and liberty throughout the world. Then my acquaintance made an interesting statement; “we can go on and on, but this is a very complex subject, and it’s a big problem.”

Best Ways for Expats to Stay in Touch

When expats move away, they often times lose communication with their loved ones. However, with the help of technology they are able to stay in contact better and bridge the geographic gap.

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